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  1. #61
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    Dad - INTP 5w6 sp/sx
    Mom - ESFJ 2w1 sp/so
    Brother - ISTP 9w8 sp/sx
    Me - ENFP 6w7 so/sx

    LOTS of sp in my family. Lots of 9 as well. We're fairly close as far as nuclear families go. Strong superego. Strong focus on education, compassion, hard work, good finances, and appreciation.

    Other than that, I think my maternal grandma is an ISTJ 1w9 and my paternal grandparents are ISFP 4w3 and ESTJ 8w7.

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    Mom - 6w5
    Dad - 7w6
    Grandma - 6w7
    4w3 - 7w6 - 1w9 : The Idealist

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    I definitely never got criticized for being cold. I was scolded for feeling rather than thinking, and was always reprimanded if I didn't keep my passions in check. It always felt like if I got too externally passionate about anything my parents would turn and look the other way until I stopped, until we could return to more civil discourse.
    I was called "hostile" and "argumentative" then. It was not seen as "passion" and certainly not friendly warmth (which, let's be fair, it is not). The "cold" tag was more like "not extroverted" and "not Fe". This was mostly from my ESFJ grandma, ISFJ mom & ESFP sister. Other types didn't necessarily see me as a cold, but "warm" was not ascribed to be either. I was not a sweet, gentle child, even though well-behaved.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    My family:
    Mother - 6w7 ENTJ
    Father - 5w6 ISTx
    Maternal Grandfather - 5w4 INTJ (Don't know him that well though, my best guess)
    Maternal Grandmother - 6w5 xNFJ
    Paternal Grandfather - 8w? xSTx (no longer with us, so extremely hard to type)
    Paternal Grandmother - 2w? xxFx (same)
    Me: 3w4 - 5w4 - 8w7 sx/sp

    Close Friends (More family than my living grandparents anyways):
    xNTP 6w7
    INTJ 1w9
    ENFP 3w2
    ESTP 7w8
    IxTJ 5w6
    Last edited by Alea_iacta_est; 01-08-2014 at 06:04 PM. Reason: fucked it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I was called "hostile" and "argumentative" then. It was not seen as "passion" and certainly not friendly warmth (which, let's be fair, it is not). The "cold" tag was more like "not extroverted" and "not Fe". This was mostly from my ESFJ grandma, ISFJ mom & ESFP sister. Other types didn't necessarily see me as a cold, but "warm" was not ascribed to be either. I was not a sweet, gentle child, even though well-behaved.
    I had similar issues though admittedly I was never well behaved. Being considered rude, arrogant, selfish and an arsehole mostly. Had the family known about MBTI I would have likely received the "not-Fe" label too. My sister received similar negative treatment though she received different pabels. I think my mother is a two because she becomes critical, insulting and aggressive in a way I would imagine an unhealthy eight to be when she is under stress. I do consider my sister to be a four sometimes (she is an ISFP) but I cannot say for sure.

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    As I am still as novice this is a guess.

    my step dad:7w8 or 8w7
    my mom: 2w3
    my real dad: 3w2 or a 7
    me: Maybe a 4w3, 6 or 9 sp/sx or so/sx
    my grand mother: 4w5 or 5w4
    my step brother(after me forcing him to take a test): 7w6 or 6w7 cp
    great grand mother: 8w9 or 9w8 I think?

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    My Dad is 8w7, without a doubt.
    My Mom might be a type 9, or a 9w1, she is very much a peacemaker in the family.
    I'm a 7w8.
    My brother is likely a type 3, he is a perfectionist, but at a very unhealthy level in life...
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    BIG 5 -> Extroversion 77% ; Accommodation 60% ; Orderliness 62% ; Emotional Stability 64% ; Open Mindedness 74%

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    Mom - INTP 5w4
    Dad - ISxJ probably a 9, maybe a 6
    Brother - ENTP 3 or 7
    And I'm likely a 4w5 but not entirely sure.

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    Me:ISFP 9w8(9w8-4w3-6w7) sx/sp
    Mom:ISFP cp6w7(6w7-8w7-4w3)sp/sx
    Dad:ESFJ p6w5(6w5-3w2-1w2)so/sp
    Younger Sister #1:ISTJ 1w9 (1w9-6w5-3w4)sp/so
    Younger Sister #2:INFP 9w1(9w1-2w1-7w6)so/sx
    Younger Brother:ENFP 7w6(7w6-3w4-9w8) sx/so

    Paternal Grandfather:ESTJ 3w2(3w2-6w5-1w9)so/sp
    Paternal Grandmother:ISFJ 2w3(2w3-1w2-6w5)so/sx
    Maternal Grandmother:INFJ 1w2(1w2-6w7-2w1)so/sp
    Maternal Grandfather: ESTP 8w7(8w7-7w8-3w2)sx/sp

    Aunt:ESFJ 2w3(2w3-6w5-1w2)so/sp
    Uncle #1:ESTJ 1w2(1w2-6w5-2w1)so/sp
    Uncle #2:ESTP 7w8(7w8-9w8-3w2)sx/so
    Uncle #3:ISTP cp6w5(cp6w5-9w8-3w4)sp/so

    Too many people...

    Everyone in my immediate family aside from my father seems to be a Fi user; no wonder we're not really all that much of a "touchy-feely" hugging, sort of bunch, I think it may be why Fe-doms tend to make me uncomfortable.

    It also makes sense now why my ISTJ sister thinks we're all nuts and feels like we don't get her, being that we're all F's except for her.

    Poor kid!
    Last edited by LadyLazarus; 03-16-2014 at 10:01 AM.

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    Mom (ESTJ) - 8w7 so/sx
    Dad (ENFP) - 9w1 sx/sp
    Older brother (INTP) - 9w1 sx/so
    Older sister (ESFJ) - 6w7 sp/so
    Older sister (ENFP) - 4w3 or 7w8 sx/sp
    Me (INFJ) - 4w5 sx/sp
    Younger brother (ESTJ) - 8w9 sp/so
    That's as far as I have gotten enneatyping. Shit, it's a hell of a lot harder than JCF/MBTI typing.
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